HELP!!! I finished a 5E3 Tweed Deluxe build a few weeks ago, and I'm getting nothing from the Normal channel – dead silence, except for a little amp noise through the speaker – from both the Hi & Lo inputs. When I turn both of the volumes up and down, the little bit of speaker hiss gets louder and quieter, but I get nothing from the jacks/guitar. However, I'm getting some very sweet and awesome tone from both inputs of the Bright channel. I have gone over every single wire, connection, and solder joint, traced wiring, done continuity tests to make sure wires are starting and ending where they should, and to check for proper and improper grounding, and that includes the tube sockets. At first, I thought it was the coupling cap from V1 (normal channel side), so I removed it, and measured the capacitance . . . it didn't have any. I replaced it with a new cap (measured it first), fired it up again, and the same thing – silence. I removed the same cap again, and tested it, and it tested just fine, so I soldered it back into place, fired it up again, and once again, the same thing – silence. Could both input jacks be bad? I did continuity tests on both Normal channel jacks, and everything tested fine. Since they're passive devices, there's not much voltage to measure. Both volume pots work with the Bright channel – the Bright volume goes loud and soft, and the Normal volume cuts out the Bright volume when turned all the way up – so I don't believe it's a bad Normal channel volume pot, because I tested it's resistance from 0 ohms to 1M ohms, and tested ground as well, and it tested good (I could be wrong though). I swapped the tubes back and forth between V1 and V2, tried two more tubes in V1, and still nothing. I went through and measured all the tube and B+ voltages, and I've attached a pic of the measured voltages. I did the "chop-stick" test, and poked around with an orange stick, but didn't find any loose connections, or find any connections that snapped-crackled-or-popped (yes, I did keep one hand in my pocket at all times). I'm at a loss. Is there any way to test the signal within the circuit, to find where the signal is being dropped? I've been through every troubleshooting manual I can find, and searched the internet, but nothing has helped. I've also attached pics of the wiring, a layout of how I wired the input jacks, and the layout I used for the build (I did change it from non-shielded to shielded wiring from jacks to V1). Am I overlooking something? Any help would be greatly appreciated . . . thanks in advance. Limited to 10 pics, so additional pics are on next post . . .